Category : Pascal Source Code
Archive   : TPTSR.ZIP
Filename : CMDLN.DOC

 
Output of file : CMDLN.DOC contained in archive : TPTSR.ZIP
First compile and run cmdln.dem without command line
parameters. The instructions on the screen will direct you
to restart cmdln.dem with parameters to see how is works.

Then read cmdln.int which contains the interface section of
cmdln.pas. It also includes the complete documentation for
the use of the CmdLnParams object. You will then be ready
to study the code of cmdln.dem to see how I used the
CmdLnParams object. You should be ready at this point to
start using cmdln.tpu in your own programs.

This copy of CmdLn.tpu is shareware as are cmdln.int,
cmdln.dem, and cmdln.doc. Shareware means try before you
buy. If you find this unit useful and are using it in your
applications then your are required to register it! The
registration fee is $10 payable to PSW / Power SoftWare,
P.O. Box 10072, McLean, VA. 22102 8072. Upon registration
you will be sent the source code for cmdln.tpu on a 5.25"
DOS formatted diskette and be entitled to receive 15 minutes
free telephone (703 759-3838) consultation on the use of
cmdln.pas.


Check your favorite BBS for other shareware tools for TP 5.5
from PSW:


omouse.zip $7 mouse object, primitive paint demo
graphtxt.zip $7 text file device driver for graphic
modes, any font, any justification.
tpflex.zip $20 flexlist object, 100+ page manual
generic stack-queue-list-array
tppan.zip $7 panscroller object, generic pan-scroll
for editors, pick lists, spreadsheets,
etc.
crtplus.zip $20 keyboard, cursor, and popup window
enhancements to crt unit, 100+ page
manual


Thanks for supporting the shareware concept! John


If you have any questions, comments, or would like to know
if I have a particular tool available, give me a call! PSW
also has tools for C and C++.


John W. Small
PSW / Power SoftWare
P.O. Box 10072
McLean, VA. 22102 8072
(703) 759-3838


  3 Responses to “Category : Pascal Source Code
Archive   : TPTSR.ZIP
Filename : CMDLN.DOC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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